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FOX News
Aug 6, 2011 11:30am PDT
joining us robert kaplan. you are looking for a bit of a dichotomy, right? >> i think in the treasury market people may be surprised how little reaction there is monday. the reason is people will still want to own treasuries we have a slowing economy which may drive rates down. >> neil: that's the best thing going for us. >> i'm afraid this downgrade may not have a market impact but it will have a psychological impact particularly on the household sector. if you are thinking about spending and you see the u.s. just got downgraded people are going to be inclined to wait. i think we still in the middle of as we talked last week, this revaluation of the stock market. we have to see that continue to play out. >> neil: we lost 700 points, we have to reevaluate lower or what? >> you saw yesterday a lot of gyrations up and down. i think the market is trying to fan a level. -- to find a level. i wish i knew but i know these revaluations are sloppy. they are not smooth. they tend to go up and down there's margin calls and short covering which conflict with one another. >> neil: technical there
CSPAN
Jul 31, 2011 11:00pm EDT
a long list of books. some are finished and some are new but a book by robert kaplan of the whole issue of central asia where most politics of the next 25 years will occur and i have read chapters but i have traveled to indonesia a note i want to read the whole book and i have not finished shipper cry started in february. another book that was given to me buy a fellow in my office who worked with me on the question of water. i said, i tell me what are the problems with water over the next 20 or 30 years? and in this book he said i want you to read it. it is a good book to read about the whole question of water and an issue that we do need to think about in the future. george friedman wrote a book called the next 100 years which is a fascinating book that looks out 100 years who the major allies will be and those who have trouble with. so when they came out with the next decade, i figured i'd better get that red and see what will happen at least from the perspective of looking at trends. one of the fascinating things in the first book was the countries involved with the turkey and poland
MSNBC
Aug 21, 2011 7:30am EDT
to all of their issues, but they know what questions to ask. robert kaplan is a professor of management practice at the harvard business school, and he is also author of the new book "who to ask of the person in the mirror." good to see you. >> good to see you, j.j. we were talking before about small business and it's lonely. even if you're the top of four people, it is lonely. >> i find that small business leaders often feel more isolated and more alone than ceos of big companies and i've dealt with both and the reason far is they often built that business themselves. it may be part of a family where they don't think they can confide in other family members, and so when they come to harvard they are very anxious to want to be able to talk and to have someone to listen to, and one of the things i advise them is you need to build a support group especially for small business leaders because you do get very isolated. >> the first one what is your vision for your business. presumably, you had a vision so how often should you be asking yourself? >> vision is not touchy feely. vision is what
CNN
Aug 13, 2011 3:00pm PDT
: robert kaplan kaechs ceos about leadership and they want more economic loep from the president. >> they want to see an integrated plan from the president of the united states and they are not sure what his plan is. they don't quite under not putting a plan out there because you're afraid the opposition would shoot it down. they are not into the political tactics. they want to see a vision. >> reporter: instead the president now vows each week he'll highlight specific policies that could boost the economy. so far the administration has called for tax credits to encourage hiring and training of recent war veterans, announce ad new effort to take government backed homes facing foreclosure. and loerk american's gas costs by improving fuel efficiency in cars and trucks of the future. even some economists acknowledge there's only so much the president can do on his own. >> he cannot spend money without the authority of congress and congress isn't giving him the authority to do the kinds of things we really need to be doing. >> reporter: critics are still calling on the president to d
CNN
Aug 11, 2011 2:00pm PDT
a while. >> author and professor robert kaplan teaches ceos and said they want more economic leadership from the president. >> they want to see a plan from the president of the united states and i think they are not sure what the plan is. they don't quite understand not putting the plan out there because you are afraid the opposition would shoot it down. they are not into the political tactics. they want to see a vision. >> instead, the president now vows each week he will highlight specific tell us that could boost the economy. so far the administration called for tax credits to encourage hiring and training of war veterans and a new effort to take government-backed homes facing foreclosure off the market by turning them into rental properties and lowering americans gas costs by improving efficiency in cars and trucks of the future. even economists acknowledge there is only so much the president can do on his own. >> he cannot spend money without the authority of congress. congress is not giving him the authority to do the kinds of things we need to be doing. >> that doesn't stop the c
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